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Random First Lines:In this essay I discuss traditional educational values versus Rogerian education values (Carl Rogers) otherwise known as person-centered values,... » Read
Casey Hamilton has been the star of the team ever since 4th grade, and has always been committed to reaching her dream, even with all the doubters. Making it to the Olympics has been Casey's dream ever since she became a catcher. She has a quick throw, strong legs, and a hot bat that can be seen...
By Larry Donnell Fowler
Everyone agrees that there is need for bipartisanship in Washington DC, but just how do we get there?
Speaker Boehner, at least in theory, was close to a deal with President Obama in the first term, yet he couldnâ€™t sell it to his caucus. So what has changed? There are two things really.
A young kid in my town died from a freak accident in baseball. He went to lay down a bunt and got hit right in the chest, the ball hit right in the middle of a heart beat which cause him to go into cardiac arrest and died that night. This really got me to thinking about life. I really enjoy...
Poetry | Updated Oct 4, 2012 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
In order to win, you must remain strong, no matter what.
Poetry | Updated May 21, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a short story about fleeting youth and the connection sports can have in bringing people together.
Short Story | Updated Jan 24, 2012 | Reads: 46 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Inspired by one of my softball games and also the book, The Who Threw Butterflies.
Poetry | Updated May 29, 2011 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Rebecca Withers has wonderful friends, a loving family, a good support system(A.K.A. her church youth) and a dream of playing college ball(softball).
Too bad she doesn't trust that her friends actually do care, her parents favorite her older brother, the "prodigy" of the family, and...
Amelia and Adam were best friends until Amelia had to move when they were six. The two kept in contact for the next twelve years.
When Amelia's mom announces she is getting remarried, the only person she wants to plan it is Adam's mom.
When the two friends see each other again after twelve...
Novel | Updated Nov 22, 2010 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Nita Eads
Maggie Sheppard and Charlie Finch met when she started college. Two months into their friendship, they play their tournament game in co-ed softball. That night Charlie has a question that could change their relationship.
They took away softball so she tried out for the baseball team. He doesn't like the idea of a girl playing baseball. They hate each other on sight. But sometimes the person you hate the most is the only one that you canâ€™t resist.
Paige is having it rough: between school and softball, boys and friends. But when two boys emerge in her life and start changing the way she feels about things, her emotions go on the fritz. Paige will have to choose between what is right, and what is easy...and fast.